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: STAR BALLAD CONCERT.

MIGNON NEVADA
(Soprano).
HENRI LEONI (Tenor).
HAROLD WILLIAMS
(Baritone).
BEATRICE HARRISON
(Solo Violoncello). SAPELLNIKOFF
(Solo Pianoforte).
JANE COWL.
JANE COWL,
The Celebrated American Actress.
HAROLD WILLIAMS.

Contributors

Baritone: Beatrice Harrison
Unknown: Harold Williams.

: MIGNON NEVADA.

HENRI LEONI.
"Two Eyes of Blue "

: Two Scenes from " PAOLO and FRANCESCA."

A Tragedy in Four Acts by Stephen Phillips.
Act HI., Scene 3.
The Malatesta Castle at Rimini.
An Arbour in the Castle Gardens. Dawn is beginning to break.
Part of Act IV., Scene 1.
It is late evening. A Chamber in the Palace.
Characters.

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Phillips.

: Organ Recital

by Dr. H. BROMLEY DERRY
(Master of the Music, Savoy
Chapel).
Relayed from the Savoy Chapel.

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. H. Bromley Derry

: Studio Service.

Hymn, " 0 Jesus, I HavePromised " (A. and M., 271). Bible Reading.
Address by the Rev. W. R. KNIGHT ADKIN, Chaplain,
R.N., Portsmouth
Hymn, " The Day Thou Gavest, Lord, is Ended" (A. and M.
477).
Vesper.

: The Week's Good Cause

Papworth Village Settlement. Appeal by Dr. ALEXANDER IRVINE.

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. Alexander Irvine.

: LIGHT ORCHESTRALCONCERT.

GEORGE PARKER (Baritone).
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by JOHN ANSELL.

Contributors

Baritone: George Parker
Conducted By: John Ansell.








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